Lidl Ireland set to remove mandatory retirement age for employees

Lidl Ireland is set to become the first company in the country to announce the removal of the mandatory retirement age  to prospective and current employees.

Continuing in their commitment to be a more diverse and inclusive employer, all Lidl employees will have the option to continue to work beyond the current retirement age of 65. effective in the coming weeks.

Lidl’s plans to remove the mandatory retirement age is part of its new benefits package which includes paid time off for employees affected by early pregnancy loss or miscarriage, fertility leave, maternity leave, adoptive leave, paternity leave, parents leave, fostering leave and carers leave.

Lidl Customer Assistant, Carl O’Connor commented:

“I joined Lidl in 2000 when Lidl first launched in Ireland and have worked with the company for twenty-two years. With the announcement of the Lidl’s retirement policy, for me it is fantastic to see. I have worked all of my life and I am fit and healthy and want to continue as long as I can. It’s great that the opportunity is there to work on. I was nervous when I was coming to the time of retirement, but I was reassured that there was no need to worry. It has been seamless with no changes to the way I work.”


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